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Table 3 Farm hut ownership and overnight stays, risk behaviours and use of personal protection among adults aged 18+ years in the three study villages

From: Transmission risk beyond the village: entomological and human factors contributing to residual malaria transmission in an area approaching malaria elimination on the Thailand–Myanmar border

  Komonae Suan Oi Pha Man Total
n % (95% CI) n % (95% CI) n % (95% CI) n % (95% CI)
Per household as reported by HH head (N = 192)
 HH owns a farm plot 17 30.9 (19.1–44.8) 21 17.9 (11.5–26.1) 9 45.0 (23.1–68.5) 47 24.5 (18.6–31.2)
 Country in which farm is located
  Thailand 1 5.9 (0.1–28.7) 8 40.0 (19.1–63.9) 4 44.4 (13.7–78.8) 13 28.3 (16.0–43.5)
  Myanmar 16 94.1 (71.3–99.9) 12 60.0 (36.1–80.9) 3 33.3 (7.5–70.1) 31 67.4 (52.0–80.5)
  Both 0   0   2 22.2 (2.8–60.0) 2 4.4 (0.5–14.8)
Per individual adult (N = 430)
 Sometimes stay overnight on a farm plot
  Yes 48 41.7 (32.6–51.3) 28 10.6 (7.2–15.0) 21 42.0 (28.2–56.8) 97 22.7 (18.8–26.9)
  No 67 58.3 (48.7–67.4) 235 89.4 (85.0–92.8) 29 58.0 (43.2–71.8) 331 77.3 (73.1–81.2)
Frequency of staying overnight on farm
 > Once per week 11 22.9 (12.0–37.3) 19 70.4 (49.8) 1 5.0 (0.1–24.9) 31 32.6 (23.4–43.0)
 Weekly-once per 2 weeks 32 66.7 (51.6–79.6) 6 22.2 (8.6–42.3) 9 45.0 (23.1–68.5) 47 49.5 (39.1–59.9)
 Once per month 2 4.17 (0.5–14.3) 1 3.7 (0.09–19.0) 1 5.0 (0.1–24.9) 4 4.2 (1.2–10.4)
 Farming season only 3 6.3 (1.3–17.2) 1 3.7 (0.09–19.0) 9 45.0 (23.1–68.5) 13 13.7 (7.5–22.3)
Used a net last time stayed overnight on farm
 Yes 22 45.8 (31.4–60.8) 25 92.6 (75.7–99.1) 14 66.7 (43.0–85.4) 61 63.5 (53.1–73.1)
 No 26 54.2 (39.2–68.6) 2 7.4 (0.9–24.3) 7 33.3 (14.6–57.0) 35 36.5 (26.9–46.9)
Used other prevention method last time
 Long clothes 2 4.2 (0.5–14.3) 7 25.0 (10.7–44.9) 2 9.5 (1.2–30.4) 11 11.3 (5.8–19.4)
 Treated clothing 0   4 14.3 (4.0–32.7) 0   4 4.1 (1.1–10.2)
 Spray 48 100 (92.6–100) 27 96.4 (81.7–99.9) 20 95.2 (76.2–99.9) 95 97.9 (92.7–99.7)